E-Learning Instructional Design
As an instructional developer, you’ll combine instructional design principles with technical skills to create transformative elearning modules. From SCORM and Tin Can API to the fundamentals of screencasting and learning management systems, this path will provide you with the essentials for a successful career as an instructional developer.
Create dynamic, engaging, and effective elearning.
Apply learning theories with aesthetic design and programming.
Practice using basic elearning principles to create learning environments.
- Learning Scorm and TinCan
- Learning Management Systems
- Learning Records & Data Management
- Maintaining Proper Web Practices for Elearning
- Overview of Copyright Laws for Elearning Creation
- Curricular Planning for Online Courses
- Writing Curriculum for Online Learners
- Gamification of Learning
- 3D Immersive Learning
- Multimedia Learning
- Flipped Classroom
- Creating Modules for Blended Learning
- Screencasting Tools
- Webinar Tools
- Designing Responsive Learning Materials
- Accessibility and Section 508
- Designing with Elearning Authoring Tools
- Designing Elearning for Maximum User Productivity
- Addressing Different Learning Styles in Online Courses
Prerequisites: It is an advantage for students to study graphic design and/or teacher-training courses before studying Elearning because then they will incorporate their previous knowledge with the material taught in this course. Students without those backgrounds will obtain the knowledge needed for the organizational and editorial aspects of online course production.